Welcome to the webpage of the Chair of Cognitive Neuroscience!
We are a young international team based at the Faculty of Human Sciences at the University of Regensburg.
We are using neuroimaging methods (fMRI, MEG) in combination with machine learning (MVPA, RSA) and behavioural methods (eye tracking, inverse multidimensional scaling, psychophysics) to study the organization of observed, planned and executed actions.
Moreover, we are interested in the similarity between imagined and perceived stimuli.
Meet our team and find out more about our research on the upcoming pages.
Sep 11-13: Perception, Recognition and Control of Goal-Directed Actions: From Cognitive to Neural Representations. Minerva-Gentner Symposium (link to webpage)